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Face of the Day: The Margarine Albert Einstein Sculpture

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FACE of the day: Anett Taut works on her margarine Einstein sculpture at the culinary art fair ‘Inoga’ in Erfurt, central Germany, Saturday, Sept. 13, 2014. (AP Photo/Jens Meyer) Date: 13/09/2014

(With E numbers).

Posted: 13th, September 2014 | In: Reviews | Comment


Face Of The Day: The Big Ben Clock Is Cleaned by Abseilers

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A specialist technical abseil team clean and inspect one of the four faces of the Great Clock at the Houses of Parliament, in central London, as they undertake essential maintenance and cleaning of the four faces.

Posted: 18th, August 2014 | In: Reviews | Comment


Face of the day: The Momotxorro of Zubieta

FACE of the day: A man dressed as a ‘Momotxorro’ a natural entity made of bones and sheep skin walks to take part on a Carnival in the Basque village of Zubieta, Monday, Jan. 28, 2013.In one of the most ancient carnivals in Europa , dating from before the Roman empire, companies of Joaldunak (cowbells) and Momotxorros parade between the villages of Zubieta and Ituren.(AP Photo/Daniel Ochoa de Olza)

Posted: 31st, January 2013 | In: Reviews | Comment


Face Of The Day: The Old Soldier

FACE Of The Day: John Elliott, 83, from Norfolk with his daughter Jan Lee (right) and his granddaughter Isla Powell, during the official two minutes silence as they stand silently in the rain on Plymouth Hoe in support of 3 Command Brigade’s homecoming parade and Armistice service. Mr Eliiott served with the 8th Army in Italy during the Second World War and has travelled to Plymouth to see his grandson-in-law Lance Bombardier Nick Powell 29 Commando parade through the city.

Posted: 11th, November 2011 | In: Reviews | Comment


Face Of The Day: The Durdle Dor Mirage

FACE of The Day: A man enjoys the sunshine and hot weather on the South Bank in central London. Yep, it was hot today. Anorak went to Durdle Dor in Dorset. It was glorious. On the horizon we saw a mirage of a lost country floating on a dark whale-backed hill above the mist. It was incredible. (If anyone out there took a photo of the illusion on something better than a camera phone, please send it in.)

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Posted: 26th, June 2011 | In: Photojournalism | Comment